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, news4. >> thank you, pat. hey, if you're heading out to the ballpark tonight, bundle up. doug kammerer is down at nats park as well. hellie held out the coat, doug. >> well, you know, some guys need coats a little bit sooner than other guys. that's what it boils down to right now. it is a very cold one -- sorry, buddy, he's right here, by the way. i'll say this, about superstition. this is so interesting for me. i am wearing the same tie, the same shirt, the same suit as i did last night, because there's a little superstition there. but i made sure all the important stuff obviously has been changed. just to let you know. and yes, there has been a shower. as far as the weather today, let's look at what's going on. it is not only cold out here, it is going to be freezing tonight. it's already on the cold side right now. 58 degrees down at the airport. right across the river. winds out of the northwest about 15 miles an hour. take a look at the temperatures now. those winds are going to make things feel even cooler later on this evening. temperatures in the mid-50s across the region. 55 i
it started about 25 minutes ago. our hurricane sandy coverage begins with chief meteorologist doug kammerer, who has been tracking the storm throughout the day. doug? >> yeah, watching this storm out there right now, you can see where this is. right now, down through portions of cape may county, new jersey, that's where it's coming ashore right now. it was moving extremely fast, at 28 miles an hour. but looking at some of the latest imagery here, it looks like it's really starting to slow down. waiting to see what's going on. you can notice very dry air wrapping around the center. and the rain just cutting off. right now, right around the philadelphia area. they're no longer seeing the heavy rain. we, however, are continuing to see the heavy rain. the latest advisory as of 5:00, had winds of 90 miles an hour. a very strong category 1 storm. the pressure down to 940 millibars. this storm has now set all-time low pressure records for atlanticcity, for trenton, new jersey and for philadelphia. all-time lowest pressure ever recorded. and that goes back to the super storm of '93. even b
declared across our entire area. doug kammerer right now is here to explain why we should keep a close eye on this one. >> the reason for this, jim, is not because we have a hurricane to the south. it's because what's going to be happening after. this right now, it says it's a hurricane, but most likely it's a tropical storm. but do not let that fool. the 8:00 advisory, i bet it will come out as tropical storm sandy, but it doesn't matter, don't let a weakening storm now fool you later. because this storm is going to continue to make its way up the coast. right now has winds of 57 miles an hour. that was the latest as of the 5:00 advisory from the national hurricane center, moving to the north at 7 miles per hour. it is expected to become a tropical storm most likely around 00, 11:00 advisory. the track is what you want to focus on here. the cone of uncertainty takes it anywhere from boston, to the richmond area and anywhere in between is going to see very strong winds. not going to be the rain, most likely not the flooding in our region, it will be the winds. let's take a look
coverage begins with chief meteorologist doug kammerer. this storm seems to be right on schedule. >> it really does. it is now moving close to 30 miles an hour. it has made a beeline for the jersey coast. it is now just to the north and coming ashore. you can see what's going on. a ton of rain on the west side of the storm. but notice, the strongest side, normally the northeast corner here, that's where you see the strongest winds, 84-mile-an-hour wind gusts in long island. notice the rain here, really cutting off on the back side, as it makes its way in. we'll continue to see rain here, though, as we continue to be on the southwest side of the storm. here's atlantic city. here's the ey coming onshower right now. atlantic city, probably seeing the strongest winds they have seen in years. maybe even decades right now. potentially 90, 100-mile-an-hour winds with this storm. you can see the outer eye wall which is right here through cape may county, new jersey, along the delaware bay. we're watching this rig around rehoboth beach. they're probably seeing very strong winds out of the
and their makers and find out which company has the upper hand and ceo doug oberhelman, its eight a big morning you can't afford to miss. >>> tech earnings take center stage, a quick look at the futures setting up the week the dow would open up 20 points higher, nasdaq as well as the s&p 500, including a down day on friday but ended up relatively flat for the week. here are your morning headlines. the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in the u.s. fell more than eight cents in the past two weeks, average price $3.75 per gallon. the news is welcomed after a month-long period when gas prices averaged around $3.83 per gallon, the highest prices for gasoline was october 19th survey in san francisco by the way at $4.50 a gallon. japan's exports tumbled by 10.3% in the year to september, that's the sharpest decline since the aftermath of last year's earthquake. meantime, bank of japan is cutting its outlook for local regional economies due to a fight with china and weak global demand. bp has yet to reach an agreement on the sale of the 50% stake in russian venture tnk. they are preparing to a
the shoreline, too. we begin with storm team 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer with new information about sandy's track and the time line for potentially dangerous conditions here. doug? >> i think we're finally starting to understand just how big this storm is going to be and just how devastating it could potentially be. we've been talking about it for over a week now, making its way very close to our region. you can see where it is right now, and this is the interesting thing here. it is still moving out to sea, northeast right now at about 15 miles per hour, but you can see where the rain is lining up, and we are starting to see rain now across our region. we've also started to see -- rather tropical storm-force gusts of 30 to 40 miles an hour in parts of the area. again, tropical storm-force winds of 39 miles an hour or higher and we've seen those down toward the shore. now, current location, well down to the south and east of us, but what we're seeing is winds of 75 miles an hour close to the center here and the pressure now down to 952 millibars. that's a very strong storm. that is
, you ain't seen nothing yet. doug, what's coming? >> what's coming is really cool air. i think many areas are going to get down close to the freezing mark during the night tomorrow night. tonight's going to be chilly. what's coming is going to be even colder. out there right now, 60 degrees with plenty of sunshine. winds out of the south at 12 miles an hour. and when you're in the shade, and the sun's going down right now, so there's a lot of shade out there, 20-mile-an-hour winds feel cool. 60 towards la plata. as we move through the night tonight, this is what you can expect, say, in through northwest, silver spring, rosemary hill area. temperatures falling to the 50s, to around 42 when you wake up tomorrow morning, a freeze watch for some. i'll show you who coming up. >>> down to the wire tonight for the nats. >> if they win, they'll play again tomorrow. but lose and their season is done. pat collins is in nats park where fans aren't giving up hope next. pat, how is it going? >> reporter: it's going pretty well, doreen. the feeling here today, much different than yesterday. this
, a very different look inside the campaign from presidential historian doug brinkley who got an opportunity to watch his tore being made as well as what president obama called mitt romney. it rhymes with, well, show-bidder. it's causing outrage tonight. this, on the other hand, there may be reason for the romney campaign to cheer. the breaking news. the abc news/"washington post" tracking poll now has mitt romney ahead by three points and more crucially, hitting the 50% mark for the first time. in our own cnn poll of polls, governor romney currently enjoys a one-point lead, 48-47. as you no doubt know, the race will boil down to a few key states and tonight, we also have new numbers from the nbc/"wall street journal" poll in colorado showing the race there tied. in nevada, the same poll has president obama out front by three, whereas in virginia, new polling from fox has mr. romney up by two. that's a nine-point swing in his favor since september. now, not coincidentally the campaigns in the last several days have stopped in all of those states. take a look. how would you lik
, after several cold days, we had a bit of a warm-up today, but we're about to plummet again. doug kammerer joins us outside on storm 4 weather deck with the details. doug? >> guys, i wore the red tie for the nationals, and you know what happens now, since they lost, i've got to throw this tie away. i've got to get another one for tomorrow's game. but that's aok for me. because tomorrow i think we've got this thing. 70 degrees out here right now. the warmest day we've seen since saturday, last saturday. winds out of southwest at 9 miles an hour. that is ahead of a frontal boundary. we're seeing more clouds move in, but still a rather nice evening. i want you to notice the numbers, 70 in annapolis, 71 in fredericksburg, look back to the northwest. cumberland, maryland, right now at 55 degrees. that frontal boundary starting to come through the region. you can see it very clearly defined with the cloud cover in through west virginia, in through portions of western maryland. that front will move through tonight. we're talking about some rather cool numbers, if you're heading to fairfa
for significant power outages. >> for a closer look at the storm, here's doug cameron. >> yeah, guys, we have a lot of time to watch this storm, obviously over the next three or four days, our forecast is going to get better and better. a significant threat is imposed up the east coast. that storm strengthening waiting for the latest add vie ri. the eye of the storm very well defined here for jamaica and cuba. it could be very close to category ii strike. let's take a look and see if we've got the latest data in here. right now, it looks like we're seeing that data a little bit late. 85 mile an hour winds is the latest advisory. it will continue to move its way up the close. and as it does, it's going to move towards the eastern coast and right over t bahamas, up towards the east coach and potentially making a track back towards the west. it will have an impact here. a major impact, potentially. we'll talk much more about that. >> congressman jim moran's son is telling his side of the story tonight. he resigned after undercover video allegedly shows him discussing ways to commit voter fraud.
but will politics continue as usual? monica crowley and doug schoen will weigh in. ashley: that will be fun. first how is the dollar moving right now on a day where the exchange is open for the first time this week in the u.s. as you can see, the euro and pound moving higher against the dollar but the dollar up against the canadian dollar, mexican peso. yes, the japanese general, down against the u.s. dollar. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations, where our dedicated support teams help you know more so your money can do more. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. our teams have the information you want when you need it. it's anothereason more investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scottrade. ashley: breaking news for you. research in motion is on track for launch of new blackberry 10 devices in first quarter of 2013. it is long-awaited but confirmation of earlier promises but important news to sharehold
there today. it was really very please act. doug kammerer here to tell us how long this might last. >> we were on the warm side of the frontal boundary. the front coming through right now. a few showers, even a few thunderstorms. right now you can see where they are, making their way through the annapolis area. now that line continues right through fairfax, prince william and down toward fauquier county, and culpepper county. we're seeing fairly heavier downpours along annapolis, and down to the south. down around the camp spring area. and then once you get into fairfax and montgomery counties, that's where the frontal boundary is. the front making its way through the area right now. we've already seen it come through d. krflt. we'll continue to see the showers and a few areas of thunderstorms, a few heavier pockets of rain through prince william county. get ready around springfield, and around the i-95 corridor, that is the area we're going to see that come through next. maybe quantico in the next 15 minutes to the next 20 minutes. the front coming through the d.c. area. areas have now shifte
for the next few days. >> thank you, doug. >>> still ahead, neighbors in maryland hated the name of their street. well, they got a new one after decades of controversy. >>> why the stink bug invasion is making a comeback. >>> in sports, the latest on the injury of quarterback robert griffin iii. >>> tonight at 6:00 on news4, smoke and flames on the campus >>> when it rains, it pours. we've got baseball, we've got football. carol's up at camden yards. >> yeah. the and we've got chris cooley in the studio. hey, carol. >> reporter: yeah, a busy night, all hands on deck. is it heaven? no, it's postseason baseball. that's what october baseball is all about. it is a little chilly here at camden yards. good news from st. louis, though. the nationals are leading the cards 1-0 in game two. it's a must-win situation for the birds thesmt lost game one last night to the yankees. 7-2. you know they really want to even up that series before it heads to new york tomorrow. first pitch tonight at 8:07. now, to the redskins. and the cooley report. chris cooley is back at the studios, while dan is
to be doing, meteorologist doug kammerer and myself a live web chat until 7:00. go to nbcwashington.com, and you'll be able to get in and ask us all the questions you want. 71 degrees our current temperature with a northeast wind at 6 miles per hour. there's our temperatures across the area right now. we finally got rid of the clouds. it's been a mild day for us. your evening forecast, again, partly cloudy. nice and mild. 60 to # 66 degrees. tomorrow morning, 51 to 59. tomorrow afternoon, we're back up to 71. so tomorrow's going to look and feel a lot like today. you can see the four-day forecast for sunday and monday, the impact of sandy. again, probably the worst on monday going into tuesday. but again, its effects already felt late sunday. we've got a live web chat coming up in a couple of minutes. i'll tell you about our storm team 4 weather app, what you have to do to get it. >> busy days ahead. >>> coming up, we'll show you strangers jumping in to save the life of a woman in distress at a gas station. >>> and microsoft's big announcement today that could change your home pewte
-ching. doug in new york, doug? >> caller: jim, big buffalo boo-yah too ya, sir. >> what's going on? i got fitzpatrick. what's going on? >> my stock, it flat lined about a year since i owned it. i really don't know what to do with the stock. do i sell? >> i was talking to the fabulous kelly evans this morning on "squawk on the street" and i said corning can't get it right. they've got the gorilla glass, the greatest technology in the world, they look good in the steve jobs book, and i've got to tell you something, no, no, corning, too hard to own. i'm taking another call. i'm going to jason in maryland. jason? >> caller: boo-yah from baltimore, jim. >> oh, man. ravens country, what's up? >> caller: question is on regions financial, the stock got hammered. is the stock, has it bottomed, will it start to rebound and will it get anywhere close to the $8 target that it's tagged at? >> you know, raymond james cut that target today. i don't like regions financial, i like huntington bank shares and even better than that actionalertsplus.com, my charitable trust, stephanie link and i for the trust
of aspartame. erica edwards, nbc news. >>> doug joins us now. he has our attention. four or five days out from sandy. >> one thing we want to make sure everybody knows right now, we're still four or five days out. there's still a lot of uncertainty here. the models are coming into better agreement, we've been talking about this storm for the last three or four days, that this will have an impact on the east coast and maybe a major impact even here in the d.c. metro area and portions of our region. but what's happening outside today, we've seen a fantastic, glorious afternoon, almost summer-like. as a matter of fact, we have tied a record today. the record high, 84 degrees. that's where we were just an hour or two ago. right now we're sitting at 82 degrees under partly cloudy skies. winds out of the north about 6 miles an hour. as far as the temperatures around the reason, very warm. it is going to continue to be a very nice, very pleasant, a very warm evening. 81 in culpepper, 82 in fredericksburg, 69 and east wind coming off the chesapeake there. a big difference here, 13-degree difference be
.com. veronica johnson and myself continuing to answer these questions through the 6:00 hour. >> thank you, doug. we hope you stay with storm team 4 for continuing coverage of hurricane sandy. we have complete coverage on news4 and nbcwashington.com. keep us with up on facebook and twitter as well. >>> to the presidential race now. a marathon day on the campaign trail. president obama has just voted in chicago. she was in tampa, florida, at 7:00 this morning. and still has miles to go before he sleeps. the president is set to leave chicago in about an hour for a campaign affair in cleveland. there's a new "washington post" abc news poll that shows mitt romney edging ahead of president obama. 50% to 47%. the president made a stop in virginia today, northern virginia bureau chief julie carey spoke to voters there about who they think will win in november. >> you may notice that my voice sounds just a little hoarse. we are right in the middle of our 48-hour fly-around campaign extravaganza. >> reporter: by the time he reached bird park, the president's two-day fly-around to six battleground states
a gorgeous day out there. tough to come back indoors. >> and doug just came in. >> were you outside on the grass? >> i was outside, soaking it all in. and then they said, you've got to come in and work. you've got to do -- >> the trees just suddenly went -- they exploded in the last 36 hours. >> absolutely beautiful. i've got fantastic pictures to show you, too. it was gorgeous, gorgeous weekend. a little on the cool side. temperatures in the 60s. but wow, was it nice with all that sunshine. especially yesterday. today, a repeat. plenty of sunshine. but a little bit warmer. highs now in the low 70s across the area. and like i said, i've got great pictures to show you. first off, how about chantilly, where these pictures were taken. there's the beautiful red colors for you. veronica out and about earlier this weekend, take a look at this picture. this down around the quantico area. simply gorgeous. we are really seeing some beautiful color this year. as a result of a little bit of dry weather, that dry weather helping to bring out those fall colors we've seen so often. here's another
of power issues. now let's go to doug for the latest on our cool night ahead. >> it's going to be a cool night ahead and on the chilly side. sandy continues to just spinel around our region. you can notice the clouds continuing to make their way in. that's going to be the case during the day tomorrow. as you look, a little on the creepy said the next few hours. we'll be talking about our numbers, down to 45 to 50 degrees, breezy and cool. make sure you're ready to go out and prepared to that with a jacket at least as you head on out tonight. >> thank you, doug. >> coming up next, the latest on a series of pipe bombs found in virginia. >>> homemade [ earnest ] out of the blue one day, we were told to build a 30-foot stage. gathered the guys and we built that 30-foot stage, not knowing what it was for. just days later, all three shifts were told to assemble in the warehouse. a group of people walked out on that stage and told us that the plant is now closed and all of you are fired... i looked both ways, i looked at the crowd, and...we all just lost our jobs. we don't have an income. mitt
hurricane. doug kammerer is tracking sandy. we know it's a ways out. what are you seeing now, doug? >> it really is a ways out. a category 1 moving right over jamaica, actually coming back into the caribbean as it makes
there. who can blame her. storm team 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer joins us now with more on the conditions. this is just passing through, huh? >> yeah, just passing through. we get these. again, this is the month of october. this is the challenge of the season, going from summer to winter. sometimes those seasons come a little bit early, like they're doing right now. a little more winter-like than fall-like. 53 degrees the current number. any wind, when it's this cool, will make things feel even cooler. only 43 in mart tinsburg. 52 in fred rinericksburg. showers making their way through the area right now. you'll most likely need the umbrellas as well as the jackets. >>> nationals trying to stay hot out in st. louis this afternoon. they're hoping to come home with a two-game lead against the cardinals. meanwhile, up the road, the orioles are trying to get things evened out with the yankees. carol maloney is up in camden yard where game two is still a couple of hours away. carol? >> reporter: hey, jim. yeah, it's starting to buzz around here. they opened up the doors and t
11th this year. doug mckelway joins me live in washington on this. doug, is this the first witness we're going to hear from here? >> reporter: the first witness actually gone on the record, not a anonymous source. a guy came forward to say security was denied there. he is lieutenant colonel andrew word, former head of a special forces team in libya. he told cbs news that his request for beefed up security was rejected in washington. the man who made the call to reject the extra security, undersecretary of state management, patrick kennedy who held the job since 2007. after the attack kennedy privately briefed house and senate staffers told them the attack appeared to be sophisticated involving light and heavy weapons. four days after that briefing, u.s. ambassador to the u.n. susan rice took to five different sunday talk shows to say it was not a planned attack. it was another three days after that, before any senior u.s. official publicly stated that the benghazi incident was indeed a terrorist attack. >> americans deserve the truth on what happened. and so i think what you're going
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chief meteorologist doug kammerer has been talking about. it's interesting this lady decided -- oh, that' not a lady, that's a man. how are you doing? thank you for being out here. i love your outfit. what is this, first of all? >> it's just -- >> i want to thank you for joining us. right over here, tell us, why did you come outside? >> i live down the street and my power just went out and i wanted to see what was going on, maybe get the power back on sometime soon. >> dominion crews have arrived over there. >> good sign. >> yes, it is. what are you doing right now to weather this storm? >> i was doing fine until the power went out. just trying to find something to occupy my time. >> all right. i suggest you might want to go inside. of course, it's a little dangerous out here. >> i'm going to go inside. >> have a good walk. take it easy. there you have it, folks. fascinating, people decide to come out here. and back to you in the studio. >> shomari, thanks. some cases, inside may not be the safest places. one tree fell into a house this afternoon. >> we find news4's richard jordan. richa
.1%. doug mckelway live at the white house with more. doug? >> reporter: hey, jon, these new unemployment numbers obviously coming as tremendously welcome news to an obama campaign that is still reeling from what most now agree was a lackluster debate performance last month. in fairfax, virginia, at george mason university, the president departed from his standard stump speech to tout these new numbers. here he is just moments ago. >> but today's news certainly is not an excuse to try to talk down the economy to score a few political points. it's a reminder that this country has come too far to turn back now. [cheers and applause] because of your strength and resilience, the strength and resilience of the american people, we've made too much progress to return to the policies that led to the crisis in the first place. >> reporter: but behind these apparently encouraging unemployment numbers are some very confusing and conflicting statistics. the number of unemployed dropped 456,000 last month while only 11,000 new jobs were added, so that leaves 342,000 people kind of up in the air. did t
meteorologist doug kammerer. >> just looking at the radar signature, it looks like that is now over the delaware bay, came onshore, southern portions of cape may county, making its way back, very close to dover, delaware. winds are 85 miles an hour, moving to the west-northwest at 28 miles an hour. so, it is still steaming on by. as it does this, it will be very close to our region overnight tonight and right on through the day tomorrow. here we are at 3:30 tomorrow afternoon. and this is where it is, in through central portions of pennsylvania. we are going to be on the south side of it. that is going to be the rainy si side, at least, over the next 12 hours and that's what we're seeing out there right now. here is the rain. you notice the dry slot coming in through portions of new jersey, philadelphia where we've seen things go from very bad to no rain at all. our region continues to see the rain. this is why i see -- this is how i see the eye, right in here. this is the eyewall that's coming on through here. you can see it coming right here and straight across the delaware bay just to the sou
tonight, 17 carries, 122 yards, 32 on that one. >> cris: watch doug legursky. here's a guy playing basically in place of the best center in the game in maurkice pouncey. he has been terrific. willie colon helps on the double team and run up the gut and everybody in the house knows you're going to run the football and the pittsburgh steelers can still run it and now a little victory formation and well deserved. they have had a great game. >> al: the kneel-down will end it. steelers rushed for 167 yards tonight. they outgained them 431 to 185. the time of possession, almost 37 minutes. they win one on the road and their first division game of the season, so 1-0 in the afc north. and they can start looking up at the baltimore ravens and feeling a whole lot better about things, after the events of this sunday. they go home next week to take on the washington redskins. cincinnati will have a bye week and then face denver. 24-17, pittsburgh wins it in cincinnati. the wendy's postgame is coming up. . >>> so the steelers get back to 3-3. the bengals have now lost nine straight to the big b
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with nick in idaho. nick. >> caller: jim, big booyah from the boise state broncos. how are you? >> doug martyn booyah back at you. >> reporter: what >> caller: pitney bowes for a long term? >> when i see the dividend so high, i want to know if they can pay it, i want to say don't buy. >>> doreen in florida. >> caller: dance, mr. booyah, cramer, i love you. >> stock to you, booyah, cramer, just so you know. >> i am on the rivera of florida, and i have called for ten years and never got you, now i have you. >> that's disgraceful. >> caller: i want to tell you that for ten years, you gave me that stock and it hasn't done anything, what should i do? >> to be fair, intel was doubling, doubling again, i was behind it. i have since walked about. why? it has no product portfolio being used by mobile to speak of, other than their own and that is not selling well. stuck in the world of pc so even though they got a good yield, i'm going to say don't buy. >>> lee roy in minnesota. >> caller: should i buy a stock from good year tire, symbol gt? >> they reported the quarter, and, again, it wasn't goo
. >> caller: jim, big booyah from the boise state broncos. how are you? >> doug martin booyah back at you. >> caller: pitney bowes for a long term? >> when i see the dividend so high, i want to know if they can pay it, i want to say don't buy. >>> doreen in florida. >> caller: yes, mr. booyah, cramer, i love you. >> dr. booyah cramer, just so you know. >> i am on the rivera of florida, and i have called for ten years and never got you, now i have you. >> that's disgraceful. >> caller: i want to tell you that for ten years, you gave me that stock and it hasn't done anything, what should i do? >> to be fair, intel was doubling, doubling again, i was behind it. i have since walked away. why? it has no product portfolio being used by mobile to speak of, other than their own and that is not selling well. stuck in the world of pc so even though they got a good yield, i'm going to say don't buy. >>> leroy in minnesota. >> caller: should i buy a stock from goodyear tire, symbol gt? >> they reported the quarter, and, again, it wasn't good. this was maybe the 432nd straight -- just a number of quar
doug cameron and myself will look at what role climate change may have played with sandy. >>> coming up, we're waiting for comments from the president who is in new jersey. he's been touring the state, looking at some of the damage. at this hour, he's in bringenting. >> it looks as though he's talking to residents. you can see the president there with governor chris christie and he's meeting people at that shelter today. he's spent the entire afternoon with the governor there. a republican who has been a big supporter of mitt romney and this should believe, as steve handlesman was reporting, a game changer in the election to some, seeing them side by side, the governor greeting him as he got off the helicopter today, touring some of the hardest hit areas there in new jersey. again, these are live pictures from bringenteen, new jersey, outside a community shelter there. we understand he will be making some remarks, a statement. don't know whether he will be answering any questions. it is not billed as a press conference, however. just a few remarks from president obama. again, these live
're going to start with our storm team 4 meteorologist doug kammerer. >> we continue to watch this storm. it will continue to evolve. some of the latest information now changing the time period just a little bit. but it's not going to change the overall effects of this storm.
was actually accurate? doug mckelway live in washington with a fact check for us. >> reporter: good morning, jon. there was a lot of loose play with the facts. let's start with questioner candy crowley permitted. >> in what ways you do intend to correct in the workplace, females making 72% what they earned. >> reporter: that 72% figure is a myth endured for years. the census bureau admitted as much last month. >> we don't have a way to measure equal pay for equal work. we compare full-time earnings for year-round work between men and women. >> reporter: in fact census data are a rough measure of women's wages versus all men wages without kind of jobs they choose to accommodate needs for families. a fact challenge that came up regarding taxes. >> he was on "60 minutes" just two weeks ago and he was asked, is it fair for somebody like you, making $20 million a year to pay a lower tax rate than a nurse or a bus driver, somebody making $50,000 a year? and he said yes, i think that's fair. >> reporter: the president there is comparing romney's investment income tax to payroll taxes for that bus
in texas. joining us from new york. doug, of course, good to see you here. "the rolling stones" cover has the president, you say, excessively cautious and perhaps a survival trait because at this time really nobody wants to make any kind of off remark to derail their own campaign. this was really the same kind of criticism that he faced when i covered him back in 2008. why do you think that he is so cautious right now as opposed to getting us a little something different? >> well, you know, it's -- he is very aware of the new media culture where any moment there's -- something is on youtube or an off the cuff remark gets picked up. i think he is cautious about that. i did my interview with him for 45 minutes in the oval office, and i try to get him on things, talking a little more about what went wrong in denver. that was kind of tough to do. when i switched gears and talked about history, about what he thinks about how the look at obama care, does he like the term, what would he call his policies put together, and he calls it the fair shake or thinks that that's okay. i was able to make
. >> reporter: as cfo with a huge bank with six major divisions, no one holds doug braunstein personally responsely for the london whale debacle but he's one of a series of retiring executives in the wake of that crisis. he took the cfo post in 2010. he was increasingly worn down by the demands of the job, i am told, including whole whale situation which threw everybody in a tailspin starting in may. like many former investment bankers, alan schwartz formerly of bear stearns comes to mind. braunstein played a key role in helping jpmorgan secure a role in united health's $5 billion acquisition of the brazilian health care provider just this week, just as he's crunching for earnings on friday. braunstein may stick around for another couple of quarters while he figures out whether to stay, go, return to banking, but in the meantime there is no obvious successor. matt zanes while clearly qualified might regard the cfo position at least if it were stand-alone as a demotion considering that right now he oversees braunstein which was part of the transition they made a couple of months ago. othe
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